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Trying to install SciChart.iOS NuGet package for Xamarin.iOS project results the following error:
Package SciChart.iOS 126.96.36.1997 is not compatible with xamarinios10 (Xamarin.iOS,Version=v1.0). Package SciChart.iOS 188.8.131.527 supports: xamarinios (xamarin-ios,Version=v0.0)
Wondering what the heck is “xamarin-ios,Version=v0.0”? It must be xamarinios10. We’re considering to buy SciChart but right now our build server is stuck on this error. As a workaround, we raname xamarin-ios to xamarinios10 in the lib directory but this not an option for a cloud build server.
I have developed a charting package that uses SciCharts. This package is deployed to other applications in my company via nuget. The problem is that when a consuming application runs in the debugger they see the SciCharts watermark. It appears as though the application isn’t licensed. If the code runs outside of Visual Studio, then the runtime license activates and no watermarks appear.
I imagine that when the “trial” license runs out, the consuming application developers will also get a scary message about expired licenses.
Is there a way to prevent this from happening? I want to avoid a ton of questions from developers worried about licenses. The code we ship via nuget has a dependency on SciCharts but the consuming applications are not using it directly.